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  1. ATLANTIC

    ATLANTIC

    American Banner Lines' ATLANTIC aground between the IJmuiden piers on her way to Amsterdam on 2nd April 1959 in dense fog. She was released after two hours and proceeded to Amsterdam, from where she left on 5th April with destination New York. In the North Sea near lightship WEST HINDER she began to
  2. ATLANTIC

    ATLANTIC

    Norwegian tanker, home port Bergen. Name: ATLANTIC Type: Tanker Launched: 24/03/1925 Completed: 08/1925 Builder: Armstrong, Whitworth & Co Ltd Yard: High Walker Yard Number: 982 Dimensions: 7342grt, 4253nrt, 441.6 x 57.5 x 34.1ft Engines: Oil engine, 2SCSA, 6cyl (23.5 x 41.75ins), 582nhp Engine
  3. Melody

    Melody

    Melody at Genoa. Much criticised when she was first introduced into service as Atlantic for Home Lines. Now she looks to be a real beauty when compared alongside new cruise ships.
  4. ATLANTIC

    ATLANTIC

    Full information here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SS_Atlantic_(1953)
  5. ATLANTIC

    ATLANTIC

    ATLANTIC in American Export Lines livery against the scenery of Manhattan.
  6. Atlantic

    Atlantic

    Tug Atlantic (Bugsier Hamburg, Germany) (oil paiting on panel 60x50 cm)
  7. ATLANTIC

    ATLANTIC

    American Banner Lines ATLANTIC at the ADM yard in Amsterdam.
  8. Atlantic

    Atlantic

    Home Lines Arriving at Bermuda, possibly on her maiden voyage
  9. Atlantic

    Atlantic

    Home Lines Illustration by A Storace (Astor)
  10. Atlantic

    Atlantic

    American Banner Lines
  11. ATLANTIC

    ATLANTIC

    OCEANIC's unloved sister, ATLANTIC, shortly prior to sailing on 6 October 1984.
  12. ATLANTIC and OCEANIC

    ATLANTIC and OCEANIC

    Home Lines' ATLANTIC and OCEANIC preparing to sail from New York on 6 October 1984.
  13. Atlantic

    Atlantic

    Home Lines In the port of New York on 11th September 1982 with the company's SS Oceanic at the adjacent berth
  14. Eye of the Wind North Atlantic 2013

    Eye of the Wind North Atlantic 2013

    Tall Ship 'Eye of the Wind' during her Atlantic crossing between Bermuda and the Azores, March 2013. The photo was taken from the sailing vessel "Wylde Swan". The 'Eye of the Wind' was built in 1911 and is still under sail! More info: www.eyeofthewind.net
  15. Atlantic

    Atlantic

    Home Lines Atlantic....maiden voyage to Bermuda.
  16. Atlantic

    Atlantic

    Home Lines Atlantic....maiden voyage to Bermuda.
  17. The SS Europa (later SS Liberté)

    The SS Europa (later SS Liberté)

    Post card from my mother's 1938 voyage to USA. Back Says: From Bremer[haven] to NY in 5 1/2 days. From Wikipedia: The SS Europa (later SS Liberté) was a 1929 German built ocean liner constructed for the Norddeutsche Lloyd line (NDL) to work the transatlantic sea route. She and her sister ship, the
  18. ATLANTIC

    ATLANTIC

    ATLANTIC, FD 534, Fuglafjørdur.
  19. ATLANTIC OCEAN

    ATLANTIC OCEAN

    Taken from Torrens as we entered Bay of Biscay. I was glad it wasn't winter !
  20. unknown tramp = Atlantic

    unknown tramp = Atlantic

    ATLANTIC 1939 5414 tgr Sir W.H.Cockerline, Hull 50-KINGSFORD...P.D.Hendry & Sons 53-LANDSPRIDE..Wheelock Marden/HK 59-ILEXIA Ilex SS Co. B/up Nagasaki 3-9-61 From a slide with full copyright. 1940"s?
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